Friday, April 11, 2008

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The Gravy Plane

The proposed full-time EU president is to be given a lavish private jet and his own palatial official residence

The new leader will also be able to appoint a "cabinet" of 22 advisers, under expensive new plans being considered in Brussels. Telegraph

EU politicians claim that the Lisbon Treaty will make the EU more transparent and accessible to voters, but this latest example of secretive horse-trading shows that if it ever does come into force it will be business as usual in Brussels

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